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GARDENDALE, AL (WBRC) -
A former Gardendale pastor charged with his wife's murder and attempted murder of their daughter has been transported from the hospital to jail.
Terry Greer was released from UAB Hospital today, Gardendale Police Chief William Walker said in a release issued Monday, March 4. Chief Walker reports that Greer was booked at 12:40 p.m. into the Jefferson County Jail where he is charged with murder and attempted murder. He is being held without bond.
Police say Suzanna Greer managed to take the gun away from her father and get help from a neighbor's home. When police arrived to the Greer home, they found Terry Greer stabbing himself multiple times in the bathroom, Gardendale police said.
Terry Greer was being treated for his self-inflicted stab wounds at UAB, where he was being held until today. In his mugshot, a bandage on his neck is still visible. Authorities say because Greer is still recovering from his injuries, he will be housed on the medical floor of the jail. As a part of the booking process, he will also be evaluated to see if he needs to be on suicide watch.